Glyn is a member of the Life Sciences Committee of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys. He is recommended by The Legal 500 (2017), which notes that he is “able to achieve results that often go beyond expectations”.
Glyn studied Biochemistry at the University of Bath, graduating with a first class degree and the Bill Whish Prize for Biochemistry. During his degree, Glyn completed two six-month research projects. The first project was an investigation into Nuclear Localisation Signals, at Emory University’s Department of Biochemistry (Atlanta, USA). The second project related to vesicle trafficking mechanisms, at the Institute for Molecular Bioscience (University of Queensland, Australia). Glyn also carried out bioinformatic research into the factors responsible for stabilising thermophilic enzymes, as his final year research project.
Glyn entered the patent profession in 2003. During qualification, he was awarded the Strode Prize for obtaining the highest score in the UK Advanced Patent Agents’ Practice exam.